Juan Gabriel releases the official videos of his latest productionBy Ivan Arturo Ebergenyi Thorpe
The Story behind the Videos of Juan Gabriel’s duets.
Mexican singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel released his latest album, Los Dúo, to the joy of literally millions of a fan-base covering an area stretching from the United States to the southern cone of Latin America. The Mexican singer-songwriter had the full support every step of the way of México News Network, through its production house MNNHD, which had a hand in this explosively successful project. MNNHD functioned as the official Video Producer in the Cancun area, providing excellent service and the backbone of such grand production. Thousands of the devotees had been waiting for the crooner’s latest production with bated breaths and its chart performance seems not to have disappointed in the slightest.
As its name suggests, Los Dúo is the result of Alberto Aguilera Valadez, better known by his stage name Juan Gabriel, recording his greatest hits in tandem with a stellar lineup of some of the Spanish-speaking world’s most successful singer-songwriters. This process is of course a story in itself and MNNHD was present in documenting a large portion of the experience.
On our end, the story begins in October 2014, when Juan Gabriel met with Colombian pop superstar Juanes to record a dual rendition of the 1984 smash hit “Querida” (lit. “Beloved”) in a studio located in Quintana Roo’s Riviera Maya.
From this point on until December, this location would provide the setting for further recordings with 5 other Latin icons, all of which were videotaped and produced by MNNHD. Luis Fonsi accompanied with “Te lo pido por favor” (“I’m asking you please”), followed by the Sinaloense regional musician Espinoza Paz who interpreted “Siempre en mi mente” (lit. “Always on my mind”).
Balladist José María Napoleón performed “Verás” (lit. “You’ll see”), the only one recorded in an outdoor setting. The young Natalia Lafourcade joined the Juarez crooner with “Ya no vivo para vivir” (lit. “I don’t live to live anymore”). By mid-December, Spanish pop sensation David Bisbal offered his rendering of “Yo te bendigo amor” (lit. “I bless you, love”).
The videos, which feature Juan Gabriel and his fellow stars passionately belting out some of Latin America’s arguably most renowned pop and folk anthems during the recording process, are available for users to find and enjoy on Youtube. Compliments of MNNHD.
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